Buy or renew your membership

Friends of Burton Constable Annual Membership

 As well as enjoying visiting one of East Yorkshire’s finest historic houses you will be playing a vital role in supporting the Friends of Burton Constable, a registered charity which was formed to support the work of the Burton Constable Foundation. Funds generated from the Friends scheme are invested in the conservation and upkeep of the House and Grounds, helping sustain and preserve them for future generations.

To purchase your annual membership visit the ticket desk located in the gift shop open daily from 10am until 31st December, closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day, call 01964 562400, purchase annual membership on the day of a visit and get your admission charges refunded or buy it online by clicking the button below.

Membership includes

  • Free admission to Burton Constable Hall, Stables & Grounds
  • Free admission to daytime events included in standard admission
  • A programme of exclusive Friends events including Open Air Theatre and Last Night of the Proms
  • 10% discount in the Gift Shop (excludes books, cards & preserves)
  • Newsletter and email updates

Subscriptions

Single £30.00
Double £50.00
Family (2+2) £65.00
Child (5-18 years) £10.00

For more information about joining the Friends of Burton Constable please email:  friends@burtonconstable.com 

A programme of exclusive Friends events including Open Air Theatre and Last Night of the Proms
The Friends of Burton Constable is a Registered Charity which was formed to support the work of the Burton Constable Foundation
Shop for gifts and souvenirs in the small but perfectly formed Gift Shop at Burton Constable and enjoy light bites, lunches and hard to resist treats in the Stables Kitchen.
Did you know?

The Burton Constable Whale is featured in Herman Melville's famous novel Moby Dick. 

Today the Burton Constable Whale is nicknamed 'Constable Moby'

Over 80 different species of birds have been spotted at Burton Constable, from the smallest British bird, the Goldcrest, to large birds of prey such as Buzzards and Barn Owls
Afternoon tea was created by the Duchess of Bedford in the late 18th century. She invited friends to join her for an afternoon meal of small cakes, bread and butter sandwiches, sweets and, of course, tea. The practice was so popular that it was quickly adopted by other social hostesses 
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